Photosynthesis and Resperation-Noah By Noah Sabra

What is Photosynthesis? Photosynthesis is the process in which plants create food from sunlight, water, and Carbon dioxide. Co2 and sunlight comes into the chloroplasts and chlorophyll through the stoma. It mixes those with water from the earths soil to create glucose.
What is Stoma? Stoma is basically the mouths of the plants leaves. It absorbs the Co2 and sunlight and puts them into the chloroplasts and Clorophyll. What are Cloroplasts and Clorophyll? Chloroplasts and Clorophyll are what the Stoma feeds.
What is Glucose? The formula for Glucose is C6H12O6. Glucose is a form of sugar and is the food that plants use to live.
How does Photosynthesis help us? When Photosynthesis creates Glucose, there is extra oxygen which it pushes out for us to breath.
What is resperation? Resperation is when you take oxygen in from air and release Co2 back into the air.

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